A robber on the run after absconding from jail, has appeared on a second podcast and is continuing to taunt police officers.
In his latest outing, Greggor Grey says he gave armed police the slip after “setting them up” and humiliated two forces as he remained at large.
Speaking on the Blue Tick YouTube channel, Grey – who escaped from open prison HMP Sudbury in May – explained “the reason I’m causing a mayhem” and revealed his technique for evading officers, Birmingham Live reports.
He said he was “lifting up the skirts” of two police forces and “exposing their underwear” – even calling West Midlands Police to complain after alleging an officer wrongly called him a killer.
Derbyshire Police, which has taken the lead on tracking down the convicted robber, said it would not comment on operational policing matters.
During the extraordinary one-hour interview, which is available on YouTube, Grey, 42, told hosts Bugsy and Deego about his Birmingham upbringing.
At the beginning of the episode, host Deggo told him: “Call it a disclaimer, call it what you want, but I truly do advise that, after you leave the mandem, you go and hand yourself to the closest police station possible.”
Between drags of a cigarette, a Liverpool-shirt wearing Grey replied: “Here what I’m saying to you – and I’m going to keep it 100% – I can see where you’re going with this … and I want to make it clear. This ain’t the first time you’ve told me this. I’m just making you know that I heard you the first time you’re telling me this.”
At the end of the episode, Grey claimed he tricked police officers, saying: “They sent 30 police officers to a pub to look for me and four gunners (armed officers). I set this up. And let me tell you how I set it up.
“I walk with a bum bag. You don’t know what’s in this bum bag, but you have to make an assessment. I can go from one building, to this pub and you have to make a whole new assessment.
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“That call takes five to 10 minutes. I only need half-a-minute. I’m gone. On to the next one.”
Last week, it was reported Grey was still at large despite saying he would return for his parole hearing on June 14.
Derbyshire Police has warned the public not to approach the 42-year-old and said in a statement: “Greggor Grey remains outstanding. Anyone with information can contact the force at any time in confidence.”